But I am super excited anyway!
Cedar Pointe is a rather dingy apartment complex with some interesting people living there: An Ex super-something, a pissed off widow and a some young triplets who literally raise hell for the tenants. And that’s just in issue #1.
Cedar Pointe is a 4-issue mini series- written by me and illustrated by Jolene Annunziato. Its currently being penciled and has a projected release date of June 12th, 2013.
Its going to be sold for $1 or $2 depending on the quality of paper. But if you check here at XX0011 on the day of release you can download your free digital copy!
Allright, so Superman Lives will have to wait until next week, because part of doing an op-ed column is to discuss and react to current happenings in your topic. One such piece of news that’s been circulating recently with Iron Man 3 out the Friday after next is that Robert Downey, Jr’s contract with Disney/Marvel is up now, raising the possibility that he may not be the man playing Tony Stark in his next movie appearance. While my bet’s that he sticks around for probably Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers 2 and one more Iron Man film (come on, we all know there’ll be more), it still raises the important question: What happens in this day and age of shared cinematic universes when an actor leaves a role before the company’s done with their character? Continue reading
No, just kidding, eveyrone else is freaking out. Lets just sit back an watch.
After viewing previous years, 2013′s nomination list strays from the Superhero comic but Marvel and DC are still all over the list.
Presented by the Comic-Con International, here is the list of nominees for this years Eisner Awards.
Comment with your picks! You freaking out like the rest of the internet? Let me know why!
Whole list after the link, Continue reading
Allright, so things got a wee bit heavy-handed in those last few posts. I’d say it’s time for something more brain candy-ish this time around. Hmm…
Oh, I know! Man of Steel is out this June, and because of that I think it’s time to look at what may be the weirdest corner of Superman-related lore:
the notorious Superman Lives, Tim Burton’s Kevin Smith-written and Nicolas Cage-starring epic. Call me crazy, but I’m pretty sure you could throw those three into any situation and it would end up interesting somehow. Unfortunately enough, heavy editiorial interference (as we’ve talked about several times, this seems to be one of the biggest curses in superhero-related work) would lead to the ultimate collapse of the movie. Kal-El wouldn’t see the big-screen treatment again until 2005′s Superman Returns (a movie that can be most adequately summed up from that one joke at the end of Ted.) Continue reading